|Data Retention and Destruction Audio|
Audio file for Data Retention and Destruction For the course ACC 626, Information System Assurance & Computer Assisted Auditing at the University of Waterloo
Keywords: data retention; data destruction
|Planet unter Beobachtung - Alexander Svensson|
Short clip about data retention (in German) using Prelinger Collection footage.
Keywords: data retention; vorratsdatenspeicherung; planet
|Eleven Ways to Keep your Data Forever - Jeff Lawton|
At Penguicon 5.0 in 2007, Jeff Lawton, and idealso.com discuss methods of data retention. We will be discussing 11 ways to keep your data safe, a discussion of on-site vs. off-site, configurations vs. data, archiving e-mail, and the downfall of the mac tape.
Keywords: Penguicon; Jeff Lawton; data retention; keep data
|diffusion2012-08-27 - Diffusion Science Radio|
Dragons, astronauts and surveillance Ian Woolf reports on zombies, quantum computers, and DNA data storage. Ian Woolf reports on the life and death of Neil Armstrong, Julie-Anne Popple spoke to Dr Beata Ujvarti about the impact of cane toads on goanna and Komodo dragon populations. Ian Woolf reports on the new data retention laws making their way around the world. Produced and presented by Ian Woolf
Keywords: science; Diffusion; 2SER; zombie; neurology; brain; quantum computer; DNA; data; goanna; dragon; toad; data retention; privacy
|Don't be evil - Technology companies' role in supporting and suppressing human rights activists (open round table discussion) - deBuren|
An edited open panel discussion between Eric King (Privacy International), Chris Soghoian (Soros), Marietje Schaake (European Parliment) & Ben Roome (Nokia Siemens Network) about Technology companies' role in supporting and suppressing human rights
Keywords: 2012; Eric King; Privacy International; Chris Soghoian; Soros; Marietje Schaake; European Parliment; Ben Roome; Nokia; censorship; privacy; data retention; Google; survelliance; SpyFiles; BuggedPlanet; Free Speech
|Eben Moglen on Facebook, Google and Government Surveillance (2012) - Yasssu.com|
Eben Moglen speaks to YASSSU about Internet privacy and the importance of decentralized networks at the Re:publica conference 2012 in Berlin.
Keywords: 2012; YASSSU; Eben Moglen; Free Software; Freedom Box; privacy; social media; social networks; Berlin; networks; decentralized networks; Surveillance; spying; P2P; Google; Facebook; Twitter; Public; Private; Internet privacy; Bluffdale; NSA; data retention; logs; Free culture; Anonymous; sharing
|Four Views of Technology, Security, and Democracy Online (2012) - Open Society Foundations|
A open round-table discussion with various privacy experts. Included on the panel are Chris Soghoian, Evgeny Morozov, Elaine Lambright & Jane Yakowitz. Additional guests in the audience engaging in the debate are Jacob Appelbaum, Nadim Kobeissi, Denver Gingerich, and Rose Regina
Keywords: 2012; CALEA; Evgeny Morozov; Chris Soghoian; Elaine Lambright; Jane Yakowitz; Jacob Appelbaum; censorship; privacy; data retention; user data; COINTEL PRO; wiretapping; NSA; FBI; Google; Jones case; warrant; survelliance; SpyFiles; BuggedPlanet; Free Speech; Tor; Tor Project; lawful intercept; PGP; encryption; Nadim Kobeissi; cryptocat; Shumeet Baluja; Lawrence Lessig; Software Freedom Conservatory; Denver Gingerich; Rose Regina
|Jacob Appelbaum - Surveillance and Privacy (5-28-13) - HasGeek.tv|
Jacob Appelbaum (TorProject.org) speaks about surveillance and privacy at a geekup on May 28, 2013, in Bangalore, India. The geekup was organized by HasGeek and Tactical Technology Collective in association with null - The Open Security Community. http://geekup.in/2013/ioerror Foreword by Bhairav Acharya, legal researcher working on the draft Privacy (Protection) Act of 2013 in India.
Keywords: 2013; Bangalore; India; HasGeek.tv; HasGeek; Bhairav Acharya; Jacob Appelbaum; Tor Project; anonymity; privacy; Human Rights; Freedom; surveillance; drones; Wikileaks; Obama; spying; so-called lawful intercept; Politics; wiretapping; chilling effect; Free Press; data mining; NSA; Big Data; Data Retention; so-called lawful intercept; EUID; biometrics; Politics; wiretapping; chilling effect; Human Rights; Bradley Manning; journalism; Freedom; GNU/Linux; Free Software; liberty; BlackBerry; proprietary software
|Jacob Appelbaum on security and surveillance - Oslo Freedom Forum|
Tor developer Jacob Appelbaum speaking at a panel hosted by the Oslo Freedom Forum in Oslo, Norway about some of his experiences in dealing with surveillance and what bodes for the future.
Keywords: 2013; Oslo; Norway; Oslo Freedom Forum; Jacob Appelbaum; Tor Project; Tor; anonymity; privacy; privacy by design; Human Rights; Freedom; surveillance; Censorship; drones; Wikileaks; NSA; whistleblower; Bradley Manning; Free Press; NSL; FISA; 4th amendment; Thomas Drake; Espionage Act; GNU/Linux; Free Software; liberty; data mining; Big Data; Hacking; Data Retention; so-called lawful intercept; Politics; wiretapping; chilling effect
|Democracy Now! (Special Report on the growing State Surveillance in the US) - DemocracyNow.org|
https://www.democracynow.org/shows/2012/4/20 In his first television interview since he resigned from the National Security Agency over its domestic surveillance program, William Binney discusses the NSA's massive power to spy on Americans and why the FBI raided his home after he became a whistleblower. Binney served in the NSA for over 30 years, including a time as technical director of the NSA's World Geopolitical and Military Analysis Reporting Group...
Keywords: 2012; Amy Goodman; Juan Gonzalez; Democracy Now; NSA; CIA; FBI; DHS; US Senate; whistleblower; William Binney; Bill Binney; Laura Poitras; Jacob Appelbaum; Thomas Drake; Free Speech; Tor; Tor Project; Freedom; Censorship; Spying; Surveillance; NSL; COINTELPRO; Frank Mueller; George W. Bush; GWB; Barack Obama; Obama; CALEA; warrantless wiretapping; Community; Free Software; Society; Constitutional Rights; Constitution; Gang of Eight; Department of Justice; Drones; Culture; Google; Hacking; Data Retention; Lawful Intercept; so-called lawful intercept; Politics; wiretapping